Thursday June 4, 2020

Shape of things to come at Web Summit

Big players are moving on the business to business side of the industrial internet

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
8th November, 2015
Bill Briggs, Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Pic: Maura Hickey

The industrial internet, also known as the internet of things (IoT), took centre stage at the Web Summit in Dublin last week. Several major players in the market told this paper that they were bullish about the prospects for the business to business side of the IoT market.

“We’re in the business of innovation. IoT is tremendous because it’s an unwritten book right now. It’s a shiny object now, easy to get distracted by and...

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